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Gov. Pogi’s “Reintroduction” sports tournament postponed

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DUE to the unprecedented surge of COVID-19 in the province, Governor Amado Espino III, postponed the holding of the “Re-Introduction of Non-Contact Sports” program, a three sporting events tournament, indefinitely. The original kick-off date was August 27 at the Narciso Ramos Sports and Civic Center gymnasium in Lingayen. Governor Espino…

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Gov. Pogi’s “Reintroduction” sports tournament postponed

By August 29, 2021Sports

Capitol starts indoor non-contact sports competition

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TABLE TENNIS, CHESS, BADMINTON AFTER a long absence in sports events due to COVID-19 pandemic, three indoor non-contact sports namely table tennis, badminton and chess, make a much-anticipated return to the provincial government sports program.  Competition in these three sports events commence on August 27 at Narciso Ramos Sports and…

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Capitol starts indoor non-contact sports competition

By August 22, 2021Sports

SP commends 2 cyclists who won in PhilCycling event

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TWO Pangasinenses who made their mark in the Men’s Elite Criterium Event in the PhilCycling National Trials for Road 2021 held at the Clark Freeport and Special Economic Zone in Pampanga last July 10 to 11 were commended by the Sangguniang Panlalawigan. Cited in separate resolutions were cyclists Dominic Sison…

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SP commends 2 cyclists who won in PhilCycling event

By August 2, 2021Sports

Bikers support gov’t efforts for lasting peace

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The Metro-Dagupan Cycling Club, Inc. lead the event. (Punchphoto by Willie Lomibao) BIKERS’ associations in Pangasinan showed their support to the government efforts to attain lasting peace by joining the nationwide Bike for Peace and Justice activity staged in Lingayen last Saturday. Led by the cycling clubs of Metro-Dagupan, Calasiao, Basista, Dasol and…

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Bikers support gov’t efforts for lasting peace

By July 25, 2021Sports

SP wants basketball games, tournaments to resume

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THE Sangguniang Panlalawigan (SP) is considering passing a resolution asking the national Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-EID) to allow the holding of basketball games and tournaments while strictly observing health and safety protocols. The resolution proposed by Fourth District Board Member Jeremy Agerico Rosario, chairman on…

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SP wants basketball games, tournaments to resume

By March 7, 2021Sports

Lingayen’s Cruz wins in 2 categories

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1st GOV. ESPINO III ONLINE CHESS TOURNEY EIVAN Jacob Cruz from Lingayen won both the Traditional and Chess960 Categories of the 1st Governor Amado I. Espino III On-line Chess Tournament held from November 20 to December 20 participated in by local non-titled players, aged 15 years old and up played…

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Lingayen’s Cruz wins in 2 categories

By January 5, 2021News, Sports

51st Engineer Brigade hosts downhill bike challenge

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THE 51st Engineer Brigade of the Philippine Army based in Camp Tito Abat town in Manaoag town hosted the first downhill bike challenge to promote healthy sports and  tourism in the area. Major Amadeo Panlilio, commander of the 51st Engineer Support Company (ESC) cleared and cleaned the path by his company to make…

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51st Engineer Brigade hosts downhill bike challenge

By December 27, 2020News, Sports

Capitol unveils 1st Online Chess Tournament

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SOME 300 young woodpushers participated in the virtual 1st Governor Amado I. Espino III Online Chess Tournament launched via Zoom on November 28. Provincial Sports Development and Management Council (PSDMC) Executive Officer Modesto Operania said the online chess tournament organized by Gov. Amado Espino III in partnership with the Pangasinan…

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Capitol unveils 1st Online Chess Tournament

By December 7, 2020News, Sports

Bundesliga clubs set to end Bayern Munich’s German Domination

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THE Bavarian Champions have been bossing the German League for years now and it seems that this historic golden era is far from the end. However, is that really true? How’s it possible a team goes eight years in a row winning the domestic league when you’ve got the likes…

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Bundesliga clubs set to end Bayern Munich’s German Domination

By November 7, 2020News, Sports